Eventually, They All Fall

· Bublish, Inc.

About this ebook

Domino Garrison knows that he is the king of all that is weird, but he would rather abdicate that throne. He would rather be a normal teenager who just goes to school and works at a bookstore—and for all intents and purposes—that's exactly how he appears to his peers; however, aside from his best friend, Griswold, no one knows Domino's secret, or his secrets. His father abandoned him and his only family—his mom—when he was 5 years old, and his mom is a drug addict who has a parade of men coming in and out of their home. Oh, and Domino has the ability to see into other people's fantasies. He thinks this ability is pretty useless; however, little does he know that his ability is more powerful and expansive than he thinks. 

When extraordinary circumstances begin to occur, like massive earthquakes hitting the East coast, exotic animals wandering around zoos that they had not escaped from, and black sludge eviscerating everything in its path, Domino soon discovers that not only can he see fantasies, but he can also pull these fantasies into reality; however, doing so causes horrendous pain and mental anguish as Domino is concerned that the power he has could corrupt his mind. 

However, he knows that it is up to him—with the support of his friends Griswold and Lucy, and his boss Miles—to put a stop to the unnatural occurrences plaguing the earth before it is too late.

About the author

Jenna Marcus is an academic leader and published author of the YA novels, My Unusual Talent and Breathe Deep and Swim. She has a fervent passion for leveraging her decade of expertise to robustly enhance and redefine the quality of teaching and learning. As an avid reader, she believes that every child should find a narrative to love, and hopes to inspire our younger generation to discover stories that truly move and inspire them.

Currently, she lives in New Rochelle, NY and works as a Literacy Coordinator at a charter school. Until June 2020, she held the combined roles of Director of Student Achievement and IGCSE Coordinator at a private international boarding school in New York. She holds a MS. ED in Educational Leadership, a MS. ED in Middle Childhood & Adolescent English Education and a BA in Literature; she is also certified in School Building Leadership and ELA. 

When she is not writing or teaching, you can find her in a café with the largest cup of coffee, catching up with friends, reading a good book, or both.

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